Find a Chapter

Texas Restaurant Association's chapters provide opportunities for members to meet and discuss issues of local interest and impact. Currently, there are 23 active chapters located across the state, representing the diverse Texas restaurant industry.

“ Texas Restaurant Association members are the most helpful people you will find. The most common response I get from TRA and from other members when I have an issue is ‘How can I help?”

— Bernay Sheffield, Zenter's Daughter Steakhouse, San Angelo

  • East Texas Chapter

    The East Texas Restaurant Association is dedicated to serving East Texas by promoting a thriving local food & beverage industry. Through educational funding, extensive networking, and local advocacy ETRA seeks to fuel the community to make a better food and beverage industry and a better tomorrow. Get involved today!

    President: Lloyd Nichols, The Diner

  • El Paso Chapter

    The El Paso Restaurant Association promotes the growth of the local restaurant industry through networking, education and local advocacy. We are active in our communities, offering members opportunities to get involved.

    President: Anthony Duncan, Hudson's Grill, El Paso

  • Galveston Chapter

    The Galveston Restaurant Association promotes the growth of the local restaurant industry through networking, education and local advocacy. We are active in our communities, offering members opportunities to get involved.  

    President: Denise Vargas, Rudy & Paco, Galveston

  • Houston Chapter

    The Greater Houston Restaurant Association is just over 900 members strong. We are committed to the long-term health of the industry, and are supported by restaurateurs and suppliers.

    President: Jonathan Horowitz, Legacy Restaurants, Houston

  • Laredo Chapter

    The Laredo Restaurant Association promotes the growth of the local restaurant industry through networking, education and local advocacy. We are active in our communities, offering members opportunities to get involved.

  • Lubbock Chapter

    The Lubbock Restaurant Association promotes the growth of the local restaurant industry through networking, education and local advocacy. We are active in our communities, offering members opportunities to get involved.

    President: Chris Berry, River Smith's Chicken & Catfish, Lubbock